Onur Tunali

Onur Tunali is a self-taught machine learning engineer with a strong background in quantitative fields, randomized algorithms, basic computational research and has extensive track record of publications in prestigious CS journals.

Before dropping out of PhD, he has worked as a researcher in Emerging Circuits and Computation Group (ECC) for more than 4 years which is a leading laboratory in the field of cutting edge computational nanoelectronics and reliability of nano-crossbar arrays residing in Istanbul Technical University. His main responsibilities consisted of designing novel algorithms, implementation and comparison of existing methods and pushing the state of the art.

As an educational background, he has received

He as a researcher were part of Synthesis and Reliability Analysis of Nano Switching Arrays project from 2013 through 2016 and prestigious European Union Horizon 2020 project NanoxComp, Synthesis and Performance Optimization of a Switching Nano-Crossbar Computer from 2016 through 2018. He has published several papers in reputable conferences and journals. Throughout his career, his research interests have been focused on algorithm design, mathematical modeling, metaheuristics, emerging computation architectures and lately machine learning theory and applications.